Dubai (Reuters) -
Despite the volatility in global markets, but the Customs Department statistics Dubai reported that Dubai's non-oil trade in the first half of 2015 amounted to about 652 billion dirhams, distributed to imports valued at 402 billion dirhams, and exports worth 65 billion dirhams, and re-export AED 185 billion was able emirate to maintain a high level of foreign trade.
confirmed the statistics that Dubai has supported its position on the world trade map of regional and international center for prime commercial exchange between different regions and continents of the world, and has managed the emirate to maintain the high level of the value of its foreign trade, despite volatility in global markets as a result of several variables, most notably the drop in oil prices, and lower commodity and metal prices, as well as volatility in the major international currency exchange rates.
The head of the Dubai World Ports and Free Zone: The Dubai this strong rates of the value of foreign trade in non-oil has cemented its position in the movement World Trade, in addition to its partnership with the countries at the forefront of international trade map.
He added that China came in the first trading partner of Dubai site, and with it the value of total trade in the first half of 2015 about 90 billion dirhams.
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